Don’t call it a comeback

I’m in the midst of a business trip right now, but felt the need to write a quick post about last night’s debate (if you want to call it that).

Hands down, Obama won.  Even looking at it through the eyes of someone who is not a Barack supporter, there’s no denying that he looked more poised, more in control, and gave more specific details of his plan of action.  McSame, on the other hand, looked flustered and grumpy.  He spoke in mass generalities (just like Palin, what a shocker) and made absurd statements  like, “…fixing Social Security is easy.”  Oh, I see John, you’ve just been waiting for the right time to do it.  Twenty-six years in Congress and you just never got around to it.  Nice work.

After last night’s debate, and along with everything that’s happened in the last few weeks, anyone who can look at McSame and still think he’s the best man for the job is certifiably insane (or a racist).  Which actually brings up an interesting point:  I can actually understand someone not voting for Obama because he’s black better than I can not voting for him because they think McSame is better.   That’s sad.

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